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1. You are prohibited from transmitting through postbrexit.blog forums any unlawful or harassing or abusive materials and you will refrain from distribution or use of any threatening, obscene or vulgar material of any kind. This includes (but is not limited to) posting - or posting links to - pornography or 'warez'.
2. Remain courteous and respectful to other users of the forums at all times. Do not make personally directed attacks on any other user (for example, it is acceptable to accuse someone of making a "moronic proposition" but it is not acceptable to accuse someone of being a "moron").
3. You are prohibited from transmitting through postbrexit.blog forums any hateful or racially, sexually or ethnically objectionable material. As a guide: You should not attack groups or individuals on the basis of prejudices or stereotypes but only on the basis of their demonstrated actions or beliefs.
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6. Do not post the same thing repeatedly (Spamming). Even (in fact especially) if it has been deleted by a moderator for whatever reason. This includes posting the same thing in multiple forums (cross-posting).
7. Never re-post something a moderator has deleted (in any forum).
8. Do not register user-names that are deliberately offensive - this includes (but is not restricted to) swear words and anything that breaks the postbrexit.blog forums rules or terms and conditions of use.
9. You are prohibited from using postbrexit.blog forums to distribute junk mail or 'spam'. Or to collect information on users, including their email addresses without their agreement.
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13. Personal avatar images may only be 100 × 100 pixels exactly and black & white portraits (i.e. they may only depict a person). Images may not be animated, may not contain text and may not be cartoons.
14. Double logins (multiple accounts) are prohibited. To ensure enforceability of this rule, using anonymous proxies to access PoliticsForum and post on the forum is prohibited.
15. Do not deliberately take conversations off-topic. Avoid bringing irrelevant issues into a conversation that will take conversation away from the topic addressed by the opening post. Failure to comply with any of the forum rules may result in your posts being deleted and/or your account being temporarily or permanently suspended.
16.You are prohibited from publicly arguing and/or questioning the rules, T.o.S and General Policies.
Except in the limited circumstances mentioned below, we do not collect your personal information when you enter or use our site.
During the course of any visit to postbrexit.blog, the pages you see, along with a short text file called a 'cookie', are downloaded to your computer. Cookies are frequently used by websites to store information on your computer like previous session and login data, so that it can be accessed on subsequent visits. Postbrexit.blog automatically checks for a cookies left on your last visit and can use this cookie data to facilitate use of the discussion board, such as keeping your account logged in.
We log the IP addresses of users' computers when visiting postbrexit.blog to facilitate administration and trouble shooting. When posting messages on the discussion forum, the IP addresses are visible to the owners and operators of the discussion forum for moderation purposes (such as trying to keep the forums free from 'spam').
- E-mail addresses.
In order to register on the discussion forum you will need to enter a valid e-mail address. The e-mail address is used for confirming your registration details and password (and for sending new passwords should you forget your current one). You can also opt in or out of receiving forum announcements (such as notification of new replies to topics). These e-mails can be controlled or prevented in your forum account settings.
For security and forum moderation purposes (such as trying to keep the forums free from 'spam') account e-mail addresses are visible to the forum owners and operators.
Postbrexit.blog does not sell e-mail addresses.
Your e-mail address is only visible to other visitors to the website if you have selected in your profile that you wish it to show it. We would recommend that you do not make it visible.
Other Data You Send to the Website if You Use the Discussion Forum
If you use the discussion forum, any information about you, or other text or data that you choose to submit to the discussion forum is viewable by other visitors to this website. We would recommend that you do not post personal information about yourself on the site, since we do not have control over how other visitors will use information that you make public.
Your account password is ciphered (a one-way hash) so that it is not readable even to the website owners and operators. To enhance your security it is recommended that you do not reuse the same password across multiple websites. Your password is the means of accessing your account at postbrexit.blog, so please guard it carefully and under no circumstance will anyone affiliated with postbrexit.blog legitimately ask you for your password. Should you forget your account password you can use the "I forgot my password" feature provided by the forum software to generate a new password and reclaim your account.
We use reasonable precautions to keep the information disclosed to us secure. However, we cannot guarantee the security of the information that you disclose to us. You accept the inherent risks of providing information and dealing on-line and will not hold us responsible for unauthorised 'hacking' or any other breach of security.
New EU General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR)
In line with GDPR, users now have the right to be forgotten. If you wish to be forgotten please send a private message to "mdl" and your account will be reverted to "Unperson". This will maintain your posts but remove your identifying username.